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Additional Open Morning Tour

Due to high demand, we will be holding an additional Open Morning Tour on Monday 2nd October at 9.45 am.   Bookings can be made with the Headteacher's PA, Mrs Sally Kingham, on 01992 573028 ext 202 or via email at skingham@esj.essex.sch.uk

We will be holding Open Morning Tours during the week commencing Monday 25th September.  Tours will commence at 8.45 am and 9.45 am but must be booked in advance.  Bookings can be made with the Headteacher's PA, Mrs Sally Kingham on 01992 573028 or via email at skingham@esj.Essex.sch.uk


Press Release

A 'sensational' Open Evening saw parents flock to check out the transformed Epping St. John's School.

Hundreds of prospective and their families took the opportunity to have a look around the school, which saw a 20% leap in our GCSE results this summer.

Each faculty was on show, with demonstrations in Science, PE, Performing Arts, Music, English, Art and Languages giving a flavour of life at the school.

Miss Daniels, Co-Head of School said: "Open Evening was sensational!  It was, for us, the most wonderful evening of our careers so far.  The atmosphere in school was wonderful.  Every single faculty area had worked hard to prepare and show off their work - we have so much to show off about."

"What we wanted to show wasn't a 'whizz bang' version of school because that would not have been realistic of every-day life at ESJ.  Instead we showed the relaxed, calm and purposeful environment where quality learning takes place."

"We are feeling very proud of our school."

Three packed talks were put on by Co-Heads, Miss Daniels and Mrs Ruffles, along with Executive Headteacher, Allan Osborne and students from Year 7 and Year 11.

Many parents emailed the school to congratulate staff and students with one thanking the school for a 'fabulous experience' at the Open Evening.  They said "I was extremely impressed.  The facilities and results shone through, but the main thing I took away from the evening was the school's passion and ethos."